Sierra Pacific Home & Comfort, Inc. Blog: Archive for the ‘Generator’ Category

How Whole-House Generators Save You Stress

Monday, November 28th, 2022
Whole house generator on the side of a home.

Power outages spark stress. We’re so connected to electronics these days that a simple power outage can disrupt more aspects of our lives than we really think about. When you really think about all the ways we’re connected and dependent on electricity, the thought of going without can induce stress.

That’s why whole home generators in Rancho Cordova, CA can keep your life as stress-free as possible. We’re at an odd time in our state’s history regarding energy, but you don’t have to worry about it with the right equipment on-site at your home. Let’s talk about why these generators reduce stress.

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The Benefits of Generators and Solar Batteries

Monday, July 11th, 2022
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In our previous blog post, we talked about how a whole-house generator can protect your home during fire season, when power outages are quite common. In fact, according to the US Energy Administration, in 2020 the United States experienced a record number of power outages per customer. The electrical grid in your neighborhood is probably degrading, so while we think it’s vital to have a generator during fire season, it’s actually important to have a whole-house Generac generator for any time of the year.

Nobody knows when the next power outage will occur, how often we’ll have them, or how it will affect your specific home and needs. Don’t wait and suffer through a power outage! Read on to learn more about Generac whole-house generators and backup batteries.

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How a Generator Protects Your Home During Fire Season

Monday, June 27th, 2022
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If you’ve lived in the area for a couple of years, then you’re pretty well aware that Northern California is prone to fires during the summer. When people think of fire protection, they often think of having an evacuation plan if the fire is close to their home, or keeping lush landscaping in their yards so it’s not even more susceptible to catching fire from an ember.

What homeowners don’t often think about is when their home isn’t in direct danger, but their comfort still very could well be. A common occurrence that goes along with fire season is power outages—power outages that mean you have to go without your HVAC system, refrigerator, and more.

Fortunately, you don’t have to worry too much about this if you have a whole-home generator in place. Read on to learn more about these systems and how they help protect your home and comfort.

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